How Equipment from Reeves Can Make a Difference in Your Home
There are endless ways in which the quality of your water can affect your quality of life. Read on to see how our equipment can save you money in the long run and prevent costly disasters.
- Save 75% to 90% off soaps, detergents and cleaning supplies.
- Have spot-free dishes, glasses and silverware from your dishwasher.
- Eliminate bathtub rings and the film on shower curtain and shower doors. Bathroom fixtures do not lose their shiny finish.
- Eliminate brown iron staining on bathroom fixtures and clothes.
- Eliminate lime scale and grit that plug strainers, faucets, dishwashers and clothes washers.
- Have soft water that reverses or cleans out hardness buildup in hot-water heaters, furnaces and furnace coils. This will lower maintenance cost, increase efficiency and eliminate acid cleaning.
- Prolong the life of septic systems through a drastic reduction in soap and detergent use which harm septic tanks and field tile process.
- Enjoy the highest quality water from your own tap for pennies per day, eliminating the need for bottled water.
Selecting Water Quality Improvement Equipment
Choosing the water quality improvement system that is right for you and your family doesn’t have to be a chore. An expert can help you determine your needs and fulfill your requirements with the proper equipment. Some things to keep in mind before buying:
- Have your water tested. Having your water tested will help you determine your exact needs, even though you may already know you have one or more water problems. Check with a water specialist certified by the Water Quality Association, or with a reputable laboratory. Some manufacturers also offer water testing. If you have health concerns about your drinking water, contact your local health department. In determining your needs, a water expert will look at a number of things. For example, the hardness level of water and the size of your family will influence the size or type of equipment necessary for water softening. Additional problems may require additional equipment solutions. The same principles hold true for drinking water problems.
- Water usage and pressure. The amount of water used as well as water pressure are factors to consider when fitting your home with a water quality improvement system. Household size may influence consumption, but different families have different needs. Every factor should be considered, including family growth and guest visits.
- Avoid a ‘quick fix’. Fixing your existing water problem is your primary goal, but doesn’t be eager to settle for the least expensive solution. A higher priced unit may serve your needs better by being more efficient and reducing operating costs and maintenance time. Be sure, however, that you’re getting your money’s worth. Before you buy, get a detailed estimate of equipment, installation and operating costs.
- Buy from a reputable dealer. A reputable water quality improvement equipment dealer is an excellent resource in helping you determine your water conditioning needs. Look for a dealer who can furnish you with references and who has a reputation for quality service. If you are in doubt, check out the company with your Better Business Bureau.